Parent Evening Collective {22nd March}

Parent Evening  ~ How to organise your child + independent skills that work {22nd March}

Utilising the skills we use with our clients, we want to equip parents to use this knowledge to raise young people with the right tools.

Does your child have frustration in chores, keeping time, motivation?

How to break habits that seem set for life?

Our first parent night for 2018 is ready for you.


Thursday 22nd March – 7:00pm – start at 7:30  – finish before 9!  

Cost: $10  {includes a bubbly on arrival and nibbles} + speaker notes to take home

Where: Unit 6 – 46 Burns Bay Rd – our collective space.


Two specialists for the evening

Vanessa Leaver {Director Speech Pathologist} Executive functioning skills at home & school

7 years ago a teacher in Tokyo came to ask how I could help a student. His student had difficulty getting started, was late with homework, procrastinated until the deadline was near and couldn’t edit his work. He had identified a difficulty in the students executive functioning. We know as adults we need these skills to get through everyday – organisation,planning, time management, initiation, forward thinking and problem solving. – Vanessa

  • The three top ways to encourage skills at home and getting teachers on board for any age.
  • One belief system that will change how you view about executive functioning.
  • An intro into a coaching video series over 6 weeks that will give you a full program for executive functioning to support your student.


Georgia {Occupational Therapist} Independent skills for all ages

We have added a new skill to our toolbox in the clinic and it is Occupational Therapy! The question is .. what exactly does that mean and how could that help my child?

Georgia, our Occupational Therapist has been doing a lot of teaching to our team about her role with children. We found out why she gets to do fun crafts and play with putty and all in the name of therapy. So we thought you would like to know too.

Your child’s occupation can be many things in different ages and stages from outdoor play, to puzzles and thinking skills, and school skills with handwriting, letters and holding pens).

  • Top ideas for kindy – year 3 using independent skills {packing those lunchboxes, bags, and how chores develop life skills!)
  • Most important reasons for the correct pencil grasp now.. and later effects for HSC
  • How to use everyday opportunities to grow skills in development of problem solving, and tasks for success!

Book here